Explore the full beauty of Sapa Valley as you cycle through Lao Chai, Ta Van, Su Pan, Ban Ho and Nam Toong Village on a memorable rural adventure.
Hop on your bicycle and make your way to the outskirt of Sapa. The dirt paths and the wooden bridge will lead you to a valley that holds a romantic beauty of the mountainous Sapa. Situated about 10 kilometers northeast of Sapa, Muong Hoa Valley has always been famous for its never-ending terrace fields which lits itself in golden radiance during harvest time. Then, turn your wheels to Lao Chai, a village situated deep in the valley and home to the Black Hmong and Giay. Giay people only account for about 2% of the ethnic population in Sapa, so the chance of meeting them might be low. However, when you do, do not miss out on the chance to ask them more about their culture and custom. They will be more than happy to share with you. The Black Hmong, on the other hand, make up most of the ethnic population in the region. Their deep indigo dresses are the Hmong people’s signature and they usually dye their clothes by themselves, thus explaining the blue-ish finger of the Hmong women. Afterwards, head to a nearby village which is home to the Red Dao tribe. Take a look at the local stilted house to gain more insight into the unique architectural design of local experts and witness the bustling homely life of the locals. The centre of the house is used as a place of worship and as a guest reception room so make yourself comfortable with a glass of tea as you speak with local families on their lifestyle and familial lives.
The trip then continues to Su Pan Village. Despite numerous financial difficulties in the past, the village of Su Pan has since made a working economy for itself and manages to thrive just like any of its neighbouring villages. Before long, you will hit the road again and make your way to your next stop - Ban Ho Village. The beauty of the village is apparent and Ban Ho holds a number of picturesque beauty such as the Ca Nhay Waterfall, Love Waterfall or Seo Trung Ho Waterfall. It is also warmer compared to other villages in Sapa so you can always try to go for a swim in the stream or waterfall. Do not forget to find out more about the life of the Tay tribe and take part in the communal activity held around the area. Then, say goodbye to Ban Ho and make your way toward another home of the Red Dao - the Nam Toong Village. Located deep in the valley, the Red Dao tribe diligently tends to their rice fields, cornfields and cardamoms. The tranquil atmosphere helps you forget about the busy daily life and allows you to fully enjoy the beauty of the surrounding. The Red Dao people are famous for their meticulously made brocade and herbal bath so be sure to not miss out on the chance to discover them for yourself. With this done, you will finally conclude your trip.
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